Jenny Uechi

Jenny Uechi is Managing Director of Observer Media Group.  She is a special reports writer for National Observer.

Stanley Cup Canucks win will be bigger than Olympic gold medal win, fans say

As Vancouver gears for Game 7 in the Stanley Cup playoffs, fans say a Canucks win at Rogers Arena tonight will  lead to celebrations larger than those of the 2010 Olympics. Victory feels so...

Summer J-Pop: B'z, Perfume, Capsule and more

Want to travel to Japan but can't afford it this summer? Tune into some songs and let the music take you on a journey to the Far East.  Japanese pop, or J-Pop, is often condemned as "...

Travel bloggers dream big at TBEX

"To be a travel writer is to lead a double life," said Dylan Lowe, known in the blogosphere as the Travelling Editor. "Most writers have a day job and do travel blogging on the side, or are...

Canada to reject Kyoto Protocol extension

Conservatives make their position clear on Kyoto: no commitment from Canada.

Canucks massacred by Bruins in Game 3 of Stanley Cup finals

The Boston Bruins came back with a vengeance against the Canucks in game three of the Stanley Cup playoffs, wiping out the Vancouver team in a resounding 8-1 win.  Although the Canucks seemed to...

Canucks win in overtime nail-biter against Bruins

After another tight game against Boston, the Canucks managed to edge past the Bruins to take a 2-0 lead in the Stanley Cup finals. Fans nervously watched on the edge of their seats as Boston...

Patch.com coming to Canada

AOL's Patch.com is getting ready to come to Canada, hot off the heels of the Huffington Post -- it's not a question of "if", but of "when". "We are looking at how to bring Patch.com to all of Canada...

Bills still have to be paid on time during Canada Post strike, say companies

Canada Post may be going on strike, but that doesn't absolve you of your responsibility to pay your bills on time, say companies. Rogers, Bell, and other major telecommunications companies sent...

Andrewpalooza helping a man walk again

When VO food blogger Scott Graham found out that his friend Andrew needed $7,000 for medical treatment, he set off to do what he's good at doing: fundraising. But unlike raising money for famous...